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Cranberries not just for sauce

Cranberries not just for sauce

From cocktails and chutney, to chili and chicken stew, cranberries are the ideal super food that delivers over-the-top taste and health benefits. [...]

November 22, 2019 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday, Savour Sudbury 0

Our Story: First Things First

Our Story: First Things First

In our story about Greater Sudbury, we must first acknowledge the First People of this territory. When the Europeans arrived, they made contact with the Whitefish Lake Ojibwa, “hardy self-reliant people who led a semi-nomadic life following the food cycle of fish, game and plants,” wrote E.G Higgins in Sudbury Then & Now, published in [...]

December 30, 2017 Sudbury Living Magazine Our Town, Sudbury's Stories 0

Fat is good (really!)

Fat is good (really!)

Inuit people consume “copious amounts” of saturated fats and proteins and they are less likely to develop cardiovascular disease than the average North America. [...]

April 8, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Labour of love: a musical composition

Labour of love: a musical composition

Robert Lemay, Sudbury composer   Update: Jan. 17, 2014   Contemporary and experimental music ensemble from New Brunswick in Sudbury for a performance. The Motion Trio will present the next concert in the 5-Penny New Music Concerts. The concert is on Saturday, Jan. 25, at St. Peter’s United Church at 8 pm. General admission is [...]

January 17, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

Cider house rules: an ideal alternative to beer

Cider house rules: an ideal alternative to beer

Sipping News Not exclusively a summer drink, serve apple cider as a refreshing alternative during the holidays.   BY HUGH KRUZEL Beverage selection seems to be growing by the week. We are always hearing of some new product, an emerging country or a novel twist. Well, cider is old news renewed.   Around since medieval [...]

December 16, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Savour Sudbury 0

Putting the squeeze on cranberries

Putting the squeeze on cranberries

The Bala Cranberry Fesitval takes place Oct. 18, 19 & 20 T 705.762.1564 | F 705.762.2172 [email protected] Cranberry Festival Hours of Operation Friday, Oct. 18, 9am – 5pm Saturday Oct. 19, 9am – 5pm Sunday Oct.20,  9am – 4pm     Until fairly recently, cranberries, one of the few fruits native to North America, made [...]

October 1, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0

It’s zucchini season!

It’s zucchini season!

Zucchini is undoubtedly the most prevalent (and prolific) summer squash. It is usually dark green, often has longitudinal stripes of lighter green, and occasionally is yellow with green stripes. One half cup of cooked summer squash contains 16 calories, 1 gram of protein, 3 grams of carbohydrates, some vitamin A and C, and some fibre. [...]

August 2, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

New Sudbury East Side Mario’s opens

New Sudbury East Side Mario’s opens

  A new East Side Mario’s with a fresh, new Italian street festival look has opened its doors at 900 Lasalle Blvd. It is located in the curved-shaped building that for many years was home of East Side Mario’s. The new restaurant, which offers the same great food at the same great prices as East [...]

May 29, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Our Town 0

Support LIVE FROM LONDON Theatre

Producing a new play is an expensive and risky enterprise. Most theatre companies, even the biggest ones in the country, stick to comfortable plays. They cannot afford a flop. That’s why audiences are fed a diet of Arthur Miller, Noel Coward, Shaw, Shakespeare, warmed-over Broadway musicals, and proven Canadian dramas and comedies. It is possible [...]

September 10, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0

Watch out for Giant Hogweed

Watch out for Giant Hogweed

Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) is an invasive species introduced to North America in the early 1900’s as an ornamental garden plant. It is now widespread in the northern US and southern Canada with increasing reports within Ontario since its first confirmed record in 1949. Linda Hugli, Director of Master Gardeners of Ontario and VP of [...]

June 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Home & Garden 0